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Visual Studio 2005 Version 2 SP2

Posted on 2010-08-25
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The Step Into Stored Procedure option is missing when I right click on a stored procedure in Visual Studio 2005.  We are running SQL 2005 Workgroup Edition.   I am working directly on the server running both SQL and VS and signed on as Administrator.  Administrator is a DBO of the database.  

I have found information on this issue being related to security rights and the remote debugger.  I do not have RDBGSETUP.EXE.  

Do I need remote debugging to debug directly on the server or do I need more rights than dbo or is this something else.

Thank you.
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Éric Moreau earned 250 total points
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which edition of VS2005 do you have? you need pro or better.
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It's the Premier Partner Edition, SP1. Thank you.
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I verified this info and it is sad, but true.  Thank you very much for this answer and for preventing me from going down an endless road to insanity.
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